Otoe County Commissioners met for their regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at the courthouse.Sheriff Jim Gress opened the agenda by addressing the board with regard to vehicle replacements in his department’s fleet. Gress explained that he has budgeted to purchase three vehicles but will only be seeking to purchase two at this time.Vehicles to replace are a 2012 Dodge Charger with 141K miles.
Kirt Manionkmanion@ncnewspress.com Dedication of a mural honoring the service of veterans and the re-birth of a community center built with the same idea in mind provided the perfect punctuation for Veterans Day festivities in downtown Nebraska City on Saturday, Nov. 11.Nebraska City Mayor Bryan Bequette served as the master of ceremonies and the Nebraska City High School concert band provided musical accompaniment for a ceremony that dedicated a mural and launched a busy weekend at the...
Kirt Manionkmanion@ncnewspress.com Members of the Nebraska City School Board heard reports from high school student council representatives and administrators during the regular meeting of the board on Monday night.Logan Hoover, a junior, and Alexis Hoover, a freshman, gave the student council updates.The pair reported that Lilly Frields, Sam Biaggi, Fernando Dominguez and Lukas Huge would be representing NCHS as part of the All State Choir on Saturday in Lincoln. Also of interest, the...
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